Archive for January, 2019

Rock Works & Out of Bounds Area at Southern End of NDAC Lake

Friday, January 25th, 2019

Rock Stability Works

Rock Stability WorksYou may have noticed recently that we have been carrying out lots of works and improvements around the site.

We’ve spent the last couple of weeks removing debris and carrying out rock stability works on the South-East rock face, under the VIP/Deluxe Wigwams.

This work will continue over the coming months, and for safety, we have placed the water area at the far Southern end out-of-bounds to divers and other water users.

The areas have been buoyed off with orange marker buoys.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Rebreather Reunion April 2019

Tuesday, January 22nd, 2019

Rebreather Reunion 2019

The Rebreather Reunion is a two day social gathering for like minded divers from all backgrounds and levels of diving experience.

Join us for a weekend of diving and socialising as well as live talks & presentations from our guest speakers.

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Site improvement works at the NDAC

Tuesday, January 22nd, 2019

Site Improvements to NDAC

Site improvement works at NDAC ChepstowVisitors over the last couple of weeks may have seen the infrastructure works being carried out throughout the site.

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Slipway Area Out of Bounds

Friday, January 11th, 2019

Slipway Out of Bounds

Just a reminder that the slipway area is not to be used by divers and must be kept clear at all times.

The area can become very slippery and may be required for emergency vehicles and access.

Thanks for your understanding.

Additional 250m of floating pontoons to be installed

Wednesday, January 9th, 2019

New Pontoons at NDAC

You may have noticed a change if you visited the NDAC last week.

We have added an extra 45m of floating pontoons and are looking to install an additional 205m floating pontoons over the next few weeks.

New underwater attraction arrives at the NDAC

Friday, January 4th, 2019

Hyperbaric Chamber

DDRCA new Scuba Diving attraction was delivered to the National Diving & Activity Centre today.

The Hyperbaric Chamber has retired from its previous life at DDRC Healthcare and will be placed at 20-30m as an underwater diving attraction.

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